Eat.Tion Heart Out

Thailand has been one of my favorite gastronomic hotspots in Asia. Today, I had the chance to have an overnight Bangkok foodie experience. I took advantage of the long layover in Thailand. I dined at Eat.Tion, a Thai food restaurant.

Eat Tion Menu

The restaurant was lively with original Thai music as their background. It is ventilated enough and it is clean.

Thai inspired ornaments

Here are some of the items I tried on their menu:

Egg Noodles with Premium Roasted Duck
Sago & Black Bean in Coconut Cream

I was a bit disappointed with the presentation. Taste wise, it did not made an impact too.

Eat Tion is located at Nong Prue Bang Phli District, Samut Prakan, Thailand. They are open 24/7.

The verdict: Average
The Tennis Foodie’s favorite: Sago & Black Bean in Coconut Cream

24 thoughts on “Eat.Tion Heart Out”

  1. In my experience, the best Thai food was sold in the street and eaten by hand. Some restaurants disappointed me quite a bit as well, although there were a few successes in my food excursion in Bangkok and in Krabi.

  2. Wow what a lovely experience to have. I would love to visit Thailand, the duck sounds amazing. 🙂

  3. With Thai food in Thailand, I think presentation is almost always disappointing, but the flavor usually makes up for it. I enjoyed the food in Bangkok and Krabi, but it certainly didn’t look appealing!

  4. I have not been to Thailand, but I’ve had Thai food. I think duck is my favorite. Sorry to hear that the restaurant disappointed. Good food should be enjoyed!


  5. I would have to say that I too enjoyed street Thai food and side restaurants much more than the airport ones. They’re authentic but for some reason, miss the flair.

  6. That roasted duck egg noodles look so delicious and I remember eating them for lunch everyday when I was in Thailand. Your post just inspire me to go back there!

  7. I don’t think I’ve ever tried Thai food, believe it or not. Though I know so many people that love it. I need to try it one of these days.

  8. I can see why it’s one of your favorite! It looks SO good! I can’t wait to give it a try.

  9. That’s too bad the taste and presentation didn’t live up to the way it was decorated. I love though, that they had the music playing.

  10. I’m sure you were expecting the food to be above average because, well, you are in Thailand. How authentic can you get? So I could imagine your disappointment. I’d still love to try Thai cuisine though.

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